Learn more, register, and become a member at www.anshome.org/training
All workshops held at Woodend Nature Sanctuary, 8940 Jones Mill Road, Chevy Chase, MD.
Advocacy 201: Talking with decision-makers, writing comment letters and testimony
Tuesday, April 24 (6:30-8:30 pm) $15 ANS members/$20 non-members
If you’ve attended our 101 workshop (or if you haven’t!), come learn how to go deeper on some key advocacy skills. We’ll learn via role-play and skill-building practice sessions. Led by Eliza
Cava and Bruce Gilmore.
Watershed Advocacy & Stewardship 101
RESCHEDULED Tuesday May 8 (10 am-2:30 pm) $20 ANS members/$30 nonmembers
Join Audubon Naturalist Society’s experts for a fun and empowering workshop on an introduction to environmental advocacy & watershed stewardship! All are welcome. Led by Conservation Director Eliza Cava and Policy Consultant Bruce Gilmore. The focus is on clean water but the skills can apply to any environmental issue–learn how you can raise your voice for local conservation.
Advocacy 202: Using free online tools and social media for organizing
Thursday, May 24 (6:30-8:30 pm) $15 ANS members/$20 non-members
Led by Eliza Cava and ANS Communications & Marketing Director Caroline Brewer, this workshop will introduce you to the free organizing and communication tool that ANS uses (Action Network) and show you how you can use it for your grassroots group to maximize your communication with members, the public, and decision-makers. You will also learn how to use images and social media to amplify your message!
Learn more, register for all classes, and become a member at www.anshome.org/training